Remington's invites guests of the Art Institute of Chicago in for a free appetizer with the purchase of an entrée. Please show your John Singer Sargent and Chicago's Gilded Age ticket stub when seated. Limit one per table.
Fine art and fine dining go hand-in-hand. Visit Terzo Piano, on the third floor of the Modern Wing, for the best views in the city, outstanding Italian cuisine from chef Tony Mantuano, and a specialty cocktail inspired by John Singer Sargent and Chicago’s Gilded Age.
La Carmencita de Jerez $14 Sherry (Jerez), peach brandy, and Triple Sec
407 ft. to the Art Institute 12 South Michigan Avenue
tesori trattoria and bar
Stay in the neighborhood and continue your journey through the Gilded Age at Tesori Trattoria and Bar, located in the former home of Chapin & Gore, rumored birthplace of the old-fashioned. Tesori's signature cocktail, Barrels in the Lake ($5 with your John Singer Sargent and Chicago's Gilded Age ticket), pays homage to way Jim Gore saved his whiskey from the Great Chicago Fire—by rolling the barrels into Lake Michigan.
Enjoy Blue Singer on the Patio ($12 for one, $22 for two), a special cocktail inspired by John Singer Sargent’s painting The Patio, Vizcaya. Made with pineapple-infused vodka, maraschino liquer, and lemon juice, Blue Singer on the Patio is served over a blue-tinted ice cube and garnished with a rice paper butterfly, evoking the color and atmosphere of Sargent’s painting.
1.3 miles to the Art Institute 111 West Huron Street
Land & Lake Kitchen
After visiting the exhibition, enjoy In the Orchard, a specialty Sargent-inspired cocktail featuring Copper & Kings brandy, Koval ginger liqueur, Mississippi Valley pear necessities, and lemon, and garnished with a dehydrated candied pear.